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Water doesn't stop filling tub in washer, water overflows everywhere. washer doesn't wash on super/large loads and doesn't spin on any loads. washer is only 2 years old

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  • washerGE Sep 04, 2008

    GE model WPSR3100, water won't stop filling in any level, small, medium, large, or super load. Therefore, washer cannot start the washing cycle. Please provide detail solution if possible. Thank you.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2009

    my water will not shut off in the spin cycle, it has over flowed twice, I have to watch and listen for it everytime I wash clothes.

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Water not stopping filling is the pressure switch its a long thin tube that goes from the bottom of drum to the front top about the thickness of a pencil this needs taking off clearing through and checking for pin holes then refitting this should solve water problem

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